Today I picked up a review unit of Panasonic's latest Lumix GF3.
It's one of those nice hybrid 'Micro SLR' (micro four-thirds) cameras with the body of a compact and a choice of interchangeable lenses.
The 12 megapixel review model itself came with a 14mm lens (no zoom). It has a nice one-touch video button, too (full HD). It's light and has a full array of manual controls. The touchscreen is a little clunky to use, but you can get around using the clickwheel.
Even though I find a prime 14mm lens a little limiting, there's no doubting the quality of the glass. Like other Micro-SLRs (Sony's Nex-5, Olympus's EP series) this is a gorgeous piece of kit.
The model I got -- with 14mm lens -- costs €500. A cheaper variant -- with a 14-42mm lens -- costs €450.
Here are a couple of test shots in the local park earlier this evening.